Chinese Teaching Demo (II): Elementary level – an student-centered and cumulative approach

For the demo of  teaching an intermediate class with an integrated approach, please click here. Teaching Demo*: Giving and Following Directions Textbook: Ning, C. & Montanaro J. (2011). Encounters: Chinese language and culture (Book I). New Haven: Yale University Press. Level: elementary Content: Unit 10, Encounter 2 & 3 (Giving and Following Directions) Teaching: A … Continue reading

Sample Teaching Slides – Chinese

Integrated Chinese Level II Lesson 5 – help students conceptualize the new vocabulary and expressions with their own experiences – help students express their course related thoughts and carry out relevant conversations ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Lesson Review – Vocabulary – 把 sentence – resultative complement – monopoly games To check out how Ying used these slides in … Continue reading

Distributed Language Learning in 3D Virtual Environments

Proposal Abstract: In language teaching, the hidden agenda of cultural values as they are dynamically co-constructed in situated conversations is usually replaced by teaching rules and conventions, in which sense values, meanings and communicative strategies are treated as static phenomena. This form-based learning and teaching implies the language bias (Linell, 2005) or the code view … Continue reading

Using Course Website to Extend Students’ Learning

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